Cleaning Shoes

Before you start cleaning your shoes, you should remove the sock liners or orthotics you may have put in your shoes. The safest and most effective way to clean your shoes is to delicately hand wash them with warm water, soap and scrubbing with a non abrasive brush. A (clean) toothbrush works pretty well. 

It's important to not over saturate the shoe with water because it can mix with any dirt or oil on the shoe and could ultimately stain the shoe. It's best to spot clean and focus on cleaning one area at a time.

We highly advise against using the washing machine since it can warp and distort the shoes. If you feel that you must use the washing machine, use the delicate cycle and cold water. Please be aware that we are not responsible for any shoes that are damaged from improper cleaning.

Wet shoes should air dry and under no circumstance should they be placed in the dryer. To speed up the drying process you can stuff the shoes with news paper or paper towels and stand them up against a wall with the toe pointing down.